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"Aanai," a family entertainer

S.R. Ashok Kumar



Arjun and Namitha in "Aanai."

CHENNAI: Vasan Visual Ventures "Aanai," starring Arjun, Namitha and Keerthi Chawla, is touted as a big family entertainer.

Director Selva says "while directing the film I had the family audience in mind." D. Iman has tuned some wonderful songs, supported by great visuals by Siva, particularly, the locales of London. "Both Arjun and Namitha were stunned by the young cameraman's work." Arjun is happy with the film's final product. "When I saw the film I was happy. It is an action and entertainment packed film, with melodious songs and sentimental scenes. It is a love story with a difference. The new editing techniques adopted by Satish and Harsha deserve to be commended."

The story is about a police officer who is dismissed for no fault of his, and his determination to come back with a vengeance. How does it feel to have two beautiful women around? Arjun smiles and says the story needs two heroines. Selva, who is also in charge of story and screenplay, has weaved the characters well. Produced by Srinivasan, the film has co-stars Vadivelu, Mahadevan, `Junior' Silk and "Delhi" Ganesh.

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